About

With the Grace of the the Almighty Waheguru, the Sikh Missionary Society of USA was established on the historic and auspicious occasion of the “Tercentennial Birth of the Khalsa Panth: in April of 1999.  Since then, the Sikh Missionary Society of USA has been successfully providing religious services to the Sikh Sangat in the Bay Area and beyond.  The Sikh Missionary Society of USA is a non-profit and non-political organization that is fully committed to preaching the divine message of the Guru Granth Sahib that is for all mankind.

With the Guru’s Grace and the absolute support and cooperation of the Sikh community, the Sikh Missionary Society of USA has been providing our services to thousands of Sikh families.  Through the preaching of Gurbani, we have touched the hearts of countless people and with the Guru’s Grace we are committed to continue these services.

We are pleased to dedicate our official website to the service of the Sikh Sangat so we can educate and communicate with more people and get feedback from the community.

Sikh Missionary Society of USA was founded by Bhai Jagjit Singh.  Bhai Jagjit Singh has been preaching Gurbani and performing Kirtan throughout the Bay Area and Central Valley since 1986.  He served as the Head Priest & Head Raagi at Gurdwara Sahib Fremont (Sikh Temple Fremont) from 1986 to 1999.  Before coming to California, he served as the Head Priest & Head Raagi in Nairobi Kenya from 1981 to 1986 at Sikh Temple Pangani, Nairobi in East Africa.  From 1977 to 1981, he served as the Head Priest & Head Raagi at Gurdwara Patshahi Dasvi (10th) in Sector 8-C Chandigarh, India.  He also served under SGPC Sikh Misison Center in Hapur and Meerut U.P.

Bhai Jagjit Singh received his training (class of 1974) from Shahid Sikh Missionary College Amritsar (SGPC).   He received formal training in Sikh History & Gurbani under Principal Harbhajan Singh Ji and semi-classical Gurbani Kirtan under Professor Avtar Singh Naaz.  He received training in classical vocal from the late Ustad Salamat Ali Khan and his son Ustad Shafqat Ali Khan.